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An answer to this question contains the following comment by the automated Community "user":

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This comes across as quite tone-deaf about the types of posts the SFF site gets. (I guess this was a stock comment, inherited from Stack Overflow, added by some sort of automated review bot).

Is it possible to customize this comment to something more appropriate to SFF?

A good working start would be

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    I would hope that anyone who answers this question will provide working code or documentation citations.
    – Valorum
    Aug 28 at 19:52
  • @Valorum In this case, it might even be appropriate :p.
    – Spencer
    Aug 28 at 19:58
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    This is part of the new review queue changes, of which there are many problems (though the comments attributed to Community would be a good thing if only they were better written for each site). This particular complaint has already been made on the main meta thread for the new review queues.
    – Null Mod
    Aug 28 at 21:30
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    The worst part is that these comments can't be deleted even by diamond moderators. Apparently we can edit them, though I haven't tried that yet.
    – Rand al'Thor Mod
    Aug 29 at 15:03
  • @Randal'Thor Can they get automatically deleted with enough "No longer needed" flags? Though that doesn't help much.
    – Clockwork
    Sep 1 at 13:42
  • @Clockwork Feel free to try it, but I think flagging fails with the same error message as mod-deleting. I did edit one of those inappropriate Community comments to something useful today, so can confirm that editing works.
    – Rand al'Thor Mod
    Sep 1 at 16:30
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  • @Randal'Thor Yup, I just tried flagging and it says "This comment will be automatically removed by the system when the post is corrected"
    – Clockwork
    Sep 1 at 17:42

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